#PackTalks Vol. 4 – Simulate & understand complex interrelationship in packaging machinesPractical introduction - multiphysics simulation with Simcenter Amesim
Would you choose a screwdriver to drive a nail into the wall? Certainly not! When it comes to digitization, you should also choose the right tools. In our webinar we talk about a tool from our digitization portfolio with which you can model, simulate and optimize multiphysics.
The advantages of simulations are obvious. Testing the application at an early stage reduces errors that cost time, money and nerves during real commissioning. Understanding complex multi-physical interrelationship such as torque, pressure, temperature or frequency responses and correctly dimensioning components is a core task in mechanical engineering. A simulation of these relationships offers you exactly this possibility.
In #PackTalks Vol. 4 we would like to introduce you to the multiphysics simulation with Simcenter AMESIM. Using "Model-Based Engineering", the tool enables the design, testing and optimization of mechatronic systems based on predefined technology libraries. Using a simple example, we will show you the structure of an efficient and flexible simulation model that can accompany a machine in its further life cycle.
The target group for the webinar are electrical and mechanical construction as well as automation technology.
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